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U-0267

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.
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  • School Integration--Alabama--Birmingham
  • Birmingham (Ala
  • )--Race Relations
  • African American Teachers--Alabama--Birmingham
  • Birmingham (Ala
  • )--History
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  • Education
  • Musicology

Abstract

Frank E. Adams, Sr. (see Interview U-0266 for an interview with his son), an educator and musician, talks about his life in Birmingham, Ala., both growing up and as a teacher (he attended and taught at Lincoln Elementary School.) He discusses the school’s integration from an entirely African American to mixed student body, the Birmingham school system and key figures involved in it, music education, and his experiences of race and education.

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